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Is the lucky winner of this giveaway! Keep your eyes peeled for more cool giveaways from ecochick.
Hey, it’s Thursday, it’s October, and I’m having a good hair day. Let’s run another giveaway! Whee!
ecochick’s a geek. I was always the kind of kid who had my nose buried in a book. And I am still that kind of grownup. But books are made of paper, and paper comes from trees, and the planet is changing and our habits are changing and perhaps, just perhaps, the new way of reading books is not paper, but electronic. And especially if you’re looking in to reading books about the environment and sustainable living, it seems strange to *not* read the book in the lowest impact way possible. And depending on how you use the book, it might make life easier. For example, cookbooks – I can’t be the only one who reads the recipe off the internet from the laptop in the kitchen. (Or can I?)
EcoBrain.com is the only online eBook store focused on the environment and environmentally friendly living. EcoBrain.com offers thousands of titles from top publishers about sustainable living, home and garden, green living, green building and more. EcoBrain even has a great selection of elementary, middle school and academic environmental science material. And, because eBooks don’t use paper and ink to produce, or fuel to deliver, you’ll be saving yourself money, and making an eco-friendly decision too! And it’s so simple. You search, you pay, you download. Instant book gratification.
Right now, if you sign up for a free account, you get a $5 account credit. (Many of EcoBrain books are $5 or less, so this is a great way to get a free book and try out EcoBrain.com with no obligation.) Oh, but that’s not all, ecochicks. Comment on this post and you will be entered into a giveaway for a $25 coupon for EcoBrain.com. That’s a total of $30. Think of the books you could download with that!
Simply comment on this post by Friday, October 10 to be entered in the giveaway, and tell me what book you’d buy from EcoBrain.com with your $30 credit. Don’t worry, I won’t hold you to it if you change your mind